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“Not everything that shines is gold”– anonymous!

 

By Franklin D. López, former United Press International and the Associated Press News writer

 

The local press will not dare to publish and provide access to these reports because they are simply part of the colonial regime and corruption scheme. But the general public has the right to access this information. What you will find and read is absolute and transparent information and extensive investigations,  of the corrupt dealing of the Federal Supervisory Fiscal Board in the territory of Puerto Rico appointed by the President of the United State and the United State Congress.  Conflict of interest and corrupt transactions are the order of their daily operation. They appointed “a person of interest” of Federal law enforcement, the Director of government infrastructure of the Federal Supervisory Fiscal Board, Mr. Alejandro Figueroa. Mr. Figueroa resign a Secretary of Public Policy in the Luis Fortuño administration for allegedly intervening in the process assigning  the Arecibo Health Reform region to a member of his family!

 

Here are a list of sources of the questionable integrity of the Federal Supervisory Fiscal Board:

 

* An Indictment of Federal Corruption: https://franklindelanolopez.com/2017/08/08/an-indictment-of…deral-corruption/

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